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Powerful insights on how healthcare can become affordable

September 22, 2009

I just finished watching Clayton Christensen’s lecture, The Innovator’s Prescription: A Disruptive Solution to the Healthcare Crisis.  Even though I don’t have the time to write all my takeaways and where I’ve seen evidence of his model in my own personal and professional experience with the healthcare system, I felt compelled to share this nonetheless.

A few key lessons:

  • A successful business model offers a value proposition that helps people do something they are already trying to do
  • Regulation is initially put in place to encourage innovation; as it evolves, it does the opposite by defending current industries
  • Existing business models will morph an innovative ideas; to deliver innovation to the market, a new business model must also be created
  • What is the best entity to manage healthcare?  Employers.  (Forward to 1:18 to find out why.)

Looking forward to reading the book!

8 Comments leave one →
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